The government's getting together with the retail giant Amazon to start testing flying drones that can deliver parcels to your door.
Amazon's paying for the programme, which will look at the best way to allow hundreds of robotic aircraft to buzz around Britain's skies safely.
The company claims it'll eventually mean small parcels will arrive at your house within 30 minutes of ordering them online.
Ministers say they want to pave the way for all businesses to start using the technology in future, but they will still have to convince the public that having automated drones flying around is both safe and won't invade people's privacy.
Three big problems
The trials will look at cracking three big problems:
How can you operate drones safely beyond "line of sight"? The current rules say a pilot has to be able to see the aircraft at all times
How can you build a drone that won't bump into things? Much like autonomous cars it would need sensors to help it avoid objects
How can you build a system where one pilot is responsible for many drones?